Raymond St. Leger

Raymond St. Leger net worth

Raymond St. Leger‘s source of wealth comes from being a biologist. How much money is Raymond St. Leger worth at the age of 64 and what’s his real net worth now?

As of 2022, Raymond St. Leger’s net worth is $100,000 - $1M.

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Raymond St. Leger (born April 1, 1957) is famous for being biologist. He currently resides in England, United Kingdom. Mycologist and entomologist who published scientific articles and books on fungal pathogens in plants and insects. He attempted to find the cure to malaria by altering insect pathogens.

Source of Money
Biologist
Real Name
Raymond St. Leger
Place of Birth
England, United Kingdom
Date of Birth
April 1, 1957 (age 64)
Height
Under review
Ethnicity
Unknown
Nationality
English, American
Religion
Unknown

Raymond St. Leger is a Aries and was born in The Year of the Rooster

Life

Raymond St. Leger was born in England, United Kingdom on Monday, April 1, 1957 (Baby Boomers Generation). He is 64 years old and is a Aries. Raymond J. St. Leger is an American mycologist, entomologist and molecular biologist who currently holds the rank of Distinguished University Professor in the Department of Entomology at the University of Maryland, College Park. He was the recipient of the Universities 2009 Distinguished Scholar Teacher Award and in 2013 he joined Dr. Tammatha O’Brien in teaching a massive open online Coursera course called Genes and the Human Condition. St. Leger has published almost 150 scientific papers and book chapters on fungal pathogens of plants, animals and insects, and on the reactions of hosts to infection. St. Leger’s dominating research interest has been directed toward understanding entomopathogenic fungus and the Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences. Their intent is to create highly accurate genome sequences in order to identify small genetic differences that can lead to the evolution of new pathogens. Other interests include fungal and insect behavior and evolution, molecular biology of fungi, pest control and mutualistic associations between microbes and plants that can be exploited to benefit agriculture. He taught entomology at the university of of Maryland, College Park and worked as a consultant on biotechnology for USDA, the NSF, and the US State Department

He attended Exeter University and Birkbeck College London University before he received a Doctor of Philosophy in 1985 in crop protection from the University of Bath, near Bath, England. The education details are not available at this time. Please check back soon for updates. Raymond St. Leger is a member of Richest Celebrities and Biologists.

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He was a member of the Bill Gates funded National Academies Committee to further scientific research. Raymond is a Aries. Aries loves to be number one, so it’s no surprise that these audacious rams are the first sign of the zodiac. Bold and ambitious, Aries dives headfirst into even the most challenging situations. Aries is a cardinal sign that kicks off not only the spring season but also the entire zodiac wheel. This sign is ruled by Mars, the dynamic red planet named after the Roman god of war. Accordingly, these courageous rams are always armed and ready for battle.

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